More SamVid speaking very slowly as they eat cookies and say they want to ride their bikes some more. Annie shoos them into the back yard so that she can get all misty-eyed over the fact she's normally the one to teach her kids to ride their bikes. "I had no idea. Some kid in the neighbourhood taught me. I had no idea it meant so much to you," says Cecilia. Then she promises that Annie can teach her kids to ride their bikes, and Annie's all "that's sweet" and Cecilia says she'll start supper so that Annie can go watch her kids ride their damn bikes some more.
Chandler shows up to talk to his mom, because it's getting near the end of the episode and they need to have their reconciliation scene. He blathers on about how he's never shied away from doing the right thing, and he's not about to start. And he hands over only $500 to his mom, says he's putting Sid's money in a trust until Chandler feels he can have it, and blah blah blah, and I guess Cruella was moved by Chandler's crazy stuttering rant and decides not to sue him.
Speaking of extra parents, here's Kevin lecturing Lucy YET AGAIN (not that she doesn't need it), and telling her that they're not moving. Why? Because he likes that her family is close by, and so he doesn't have to worry about her when he's working and therefore can concentrate on his job, which is good, because he carries a gun. Okay, he worries about Lucy why? Am I missing something? She's an adult (in theory). He worries about her being alone? You know, the FCC can spend all the time it wants getting its panties in a twist over Janet Jackson's breast, but you know what? All women have them. The breast nourished all of us (I mean, not Janet's specifically). The female body is not a dirty thing. If the FCC wants to target something that's offensive, it should go after this show with its sexism, since 7th Heaven is a lot more offensive than anything else the puritans and hypocrites are screaming about. I mean, really. Still, Lucy wants to move, even though Kevin says she'd just rather move than apologize. Lucy says she can't apologize. Why not? "Because I don't like being wrong, okay?" she whines, and right about here is where you'd think Kevin would worry that he married a child bride. He basically tells her to suck it up, because they're not moving, and she can't avoid her mother for the rest of her life. But fortunately, once I'm done this recap, I'll be avoiding all of them for the rest of my life. And then Kevin gets in another dig at Lucy's needing to balance the chequebook, even after he laughably tells her that he's not her father. And he says she needs to come with him to the bank to learn about their finances and investments and such. "Why are you picking on me?" Lucy says, while doing that thing with her mouth that makes her look like a duck. "Because I love you," he says, like this is supposed to be sweet or something.